Music Events & Links
RESERVING MUSIC SPACES
SUMMER JAZZ INSTITUTE | JUNE 15–21
Faculty: Gunnar Mossblad, Director & saxophone
Vic Juris - Guitar; Tad Weed - Jazz Piano; Norm Damschroder - Bass; Dr. Olman Piedra - Percussion
Ages: 12 & up
Tracks: Vocal, Instrumental, Teacher-Training, Jazz Appreciation
Description: The UT Summer Jazz Institute is the place where ALL levels of jazz students can discover and achieve their jazz potential through the study of jazz in one of four exceptional programs: instrumental jazz, vocal jazz, teacher training and jazz appreciation.
To register & learn more, visit: SummerJazz.utoledo.edu
ART SONG FESTIVAL & WORKSHOPS | JUNE 23-27
Faculty: Dr. Denise Ritter Bernardini, Director
Ages: High School and up
Tracks: Competition, Artist, High School Student
Description: The Art Song Festival and Workshop is dedicated to promoting recital performances as well as to training singers and collaborative pianists in the fine art of recital planning and performance. This festival is packed with master classes, voice lessons, coaching sessions and recital performances as well as classes geared for the student and emerging professional singer and pianist.
Cost: $375 (includes application fee & workshop fee)
To register and learn more, visit: ArtSongFestival.com
FLUTE CAMP WITH JOEL TSE | JULY 7-11, 2014
Faculty: Joel Tse, Principal Flute with Toledo Symphony, UT Flute Instructor
Class pianist - Dr. Michael Boyd (UT Professor of Piano), Rhythm - Olman Piedra (UT Director of Percussion Studies)
Ages: 12 and up
Description: Master flutist, Joel Tse, principal flute for the Toledo Symphony and flute instructor for the University of Toledo heads this amazing, intense workshop in flute. Students are trained in breathing, technique, and rhythm, as well as provided master class coaching. A concert performed by the students concludes the workshop on Saturday.
Cost: $300 for the week or $65 per day (Register for the week or just some of the days)
Register by Friday, June 20, fees due by June 27 Register for this workshop
2014 WORKSHOPS FOR MUSIC EDUCATORS
Have these hit YOUR state? – "Race to the Top," "the Core Curriculum," "Teacher Portfolio Assessments (TPA)," "Student Learning Objectives" – then these workshops are for you!
- Orff and Kodály in the Core Curriculum | JUNE 23-25
- Music and Literacy: Books to Sing, Dance, Act & Play | JUNE 25-27
- Quick Assessment Games & Record-Keeping Strategies | JUNE 30–JULY 2
Faculty: Dr. Pamela Stover, Music Education
Dr. Pamela Stover is your clinician and host at the University of Toledo. Dr. Stover holds the Orff Mastery Certificate from the University of St. Thomas, has studied at the Orff Institute in Salzburg and does historical research about the Orff-Schulwerk at the Orff Zentrum in Munich. She has presented teaching clinics and research throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Greece, Poland and Australia.
Ages: Music educators of all levels, early childhood/elementary teachers, undergraduate education and music education majors
Education Benefit: 15 contact hours certified for each workshop
Description: Three fun hands-on workshops at the University of Toledo for the summer of 2014 that can help you keep the Orff-Schulwerk and music at the CORE of your curriculum, while meeting the newest standards and procedures.
Cost: $150 each – Register for one or all three and save when you register by June 2!
Extra Fun: Excursions to the world-famous Toledo Museum of Art, Glass Pavilion and Tony Packos restaurant (Klinger’s favorite from M*A*S*H), etc. are available.
HIGH SCHOOL/MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATORS CHORAL READING SESSION | AUGUST 9
Faculty: Dr. Stephen Hodge
Ages: High school and middle school vocal music instructors, college music majors intending to teach
Description: This choral music reading session will feature music drawn from the Ohio Music Education Association Select List. A greater number of selections will be included which would be worthy of performance at Large Group Events and on school concerts for the general public. Fee includes 60 quality octavo editions, a professional accompanist and director, refreshments and more.
Cost: $40 (advance registration only)
To register and learn more, visit: Registration Site available mid-March
FORMS: Permission for Minors to Participate/Consent for Medical Treatment (This form is required for anyone younger than 18. Please download, print and have your parent or legal guardian sign it. It can be mailed in advance or brought with you on the first day of the workshop.)